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. delivered remarks at the future press club, her plans, and the filibuster she held against the texas abortion bill. the bill did eventually pass in july. this is just over an hour. [ gavel ] >> good afternoon. welcome to the national press club. i'm a is angela and reporter for the bloomberg news president of the national press club. we're committed to our future with our programming such as this while fostering a free press worldwide. for more information, please visit our website at offered too programs the public through a national institute, ournal visit members, i our would like to welcome our speaker and those of you in the today.e the head table includes our journalists who are club members. if you hear applause in the members i'd note that of the club are attending so lack of just a journalistic objectivity. are features on our member-produced pod casts. the conversation #npclunch. using the i will ask as many questions as time permits. to introduce our head table guests. briefly as your name is announced. worthubesdorf, maria, ft. star
was mentioning that he then added a second story to. >> sherry is watching us in arlington, texas, hi, jerry. >> caller: hello. thank you for taking my call. i have a question about sally and wonder if you could clarify the relationship george had with her that continued until after the revolutionary war. was she aware of that relationship? how did she deal with that? or was it something that was not discuss? >> you want to start? >> want to disagree. >> you disagree. >> this is a classic example of where unfortunately mrs. washington did her cause no good by burning all of those letters. in the late 1950s, two letters were discovered which the vents of reigning biographer, james thomas flexner made a great deal out of. some would say perhaps exaggerated. >> way too much -- >> -- their significance. sally fairfax was the wife of george william fairfax who was a neighbor and close friend. some people described him as washington's best friend. they lived just down river of -- from mt. vernon. clearly -- what i think clearly there was a -- i would use the word "infatuation." sally was an older,
in philadelphia pledging to focus first on texas within texas first, okay. apparently eric hold certificate apparent-- approaching voter rights protection like we his first day in prison. look, i'm going find the biggest-- there and beat the [bleep] out of him. i'm sending a message here. the other states will fall in line. (applause) but look, look, i've got to say what has texas done to deserve that? >> literally two hours after the court's ruling, texas official said they would begin enforcing a new voter requirement even though a federal court struck down the law because it quote imposes strict unforgiving burdens on the poor and racial minorities in texas. >> come on, texas. what were you doing for two whole hours? did it take you that long to make the call because your hand was shaking too much from the excitement of being able to disenfranchise voters? and let's be clear. texas is not alone in its rush to implement restrictive new voting laws. in a phrase that is almost never uttered in a flattering context, florida is also leading the way. >> florida can go ahead with the voter purg
yemen being told to leave yemen immediately. and a trial opening in texas. celebrates an anniversary. how close did the mars rover come to finding life? welcome to our viewers on public television in america and elsewhere around the globe. a warning of an extremely high terrorism threat in yemen, and countries are removing their diplomatic staff. the warning to leave came after a suspected drone strike in yemen. those attacks are also fueling major tensions. heart of the yemen al qaeda territory, and coverage begins with a special report. heading into southern yemen. for years, al qaeda in the arabian peninsula have planned attacks from this part of the country. operationsbeen yemen on the ground, and american drone strikes from the air and repeated al qaeda counterattacks. this is an attack on siege. street, we can find little public support for al qaeda, but plenty of anger over the drones. who do you blame for the destruction of your town? >> he and his two children were outside a health clinic when they were hit by an american strike. they ran to the school and hid in the basemen
, texas, with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, chris. the military trial for major nadal hasan is under way here at ft. hood a mile or so from the medical readiness unit where three years ago he shot and killed 13 soldiers and wounded 32 others. now in previous hearings, major hasan has tried to lead guilty to the charges but because this case involves the death penalty, it has to go through this article 32 court-martial hearing. hasan has elected to represent himself which now presents the bizarre opportunity for major hasan to actually cross-examine some of the people he allegedly shot. one of those is sergeant alonzo lu lunsford who told us he is looking forward to talk to the man who tried to kill him. here is what he had to say. >> i will not show fear in the face of an enemy because the man who shot me, major hasan is the man who going to be cross-examining me and that is a huge challenge. >> reporter: sergeant lundford is the lead witness in this case after opening statements begin this afternoon. opening statements are underway right now. lunsford will testi
they got them out of a texas-sized hole. >> and a gig at a bar bucks t, singer is not 21 so he can't come inside of the bar. >> find out how the band dealt with this ingenious solution. >>> and everything changes with a blink of an eye. from the express wway, we have bus backing up here on the expressway and you can see a whole load of passengers and not going slow at all, but the bus is in the lane and not on the shoulder, and now, watch, everybody in their seats, calm, and this changes real fast. within a second, you will see people falling out of the windows of the bus and it was hit by a semi truck from behind and the bus ended up on its side. and apparently, when he backed up in the lane, he was apparently trying to back up to get on another exit. watch it from another angle. you can see now where it lapdnd, right? because people are standing up and almost on the side wall of the bus. from, you can see the aftermath of the crash. you can see the bus on the side and the semi truck on its side as well. this looks terrible, but right now, the reports are that one person wa
way today in texas, a court-martial accused of a deadly rampage at ft. hood. it's been four years since his opened fire at a processing center leaving 13 people dead, 30 others injured. some of those that he alleged to have shot will actually testify against him. >> all of a sudden, you could hear it somewhere and pow, pow, shooting everywhere. all of a sudden, i saw a laser come across my eyes. i looked over and saw him pointing a gun at me. by that time, i tried shifting over. it felt like a baseball bat hit me over the neck. >> he will represent himself. if convicted, he could face the death penalty. >>> president obama heads to phoenix to talk about home ownership. the president is expected to lay out the plan to keep the housing recovery humming. he heads to burbank, california to make his sixth appearance on the tonight show with jay leno. >>> fire crews in oregon making progress on a wildfire. weather conditions do not promise help. five fires burning in two oregon counties. 52,000 acres destroyed. the largest is 16% contained. >> indra petersons is tracking the weather for
was a man without a country. he left seattle and went to texas with that huge contract. he never fit in there, he went to the yankees obviously. he was never considered a real yankee. it wasn't like he had this beloved fan base out there to begin with. in 2009 he admits or confirms a report that he doped when he was younger, but he said it was for a limited time. if anybody felt that they could forgive him then, he's just blown that up now. >> jason, to that point. he's been combative throughout this process. part of the press conference tonight, what was he like throughout it? >> he was really subdued. i mean, there's no other way to say it. he was not combative, at least in this particular outing he was not. he kept saying repeatedly he would be able to say more at a later time. kept saying repeatedly that he didn't want to disrupt the appeals process and wanted that to play out. what i also found interesting was the reaction outside here to rodrigez. i heard you guys talking about the fans. you saw him selling some autographs before the game got underway here tonight.overwhelming
lee dimaggio may be heading to texas or canada. that alert did not specify why. but obviously the search has crossed state lines at this point. >> so, obviously, border security is pretty critical, but what are they doing about this notion that he could be headed to texas. i mean, where are the texas authorities on this? >> reporter: well, a texas affiliate, at this time, we are still waiting for an update from sheriff's officials. they gave us their last press conference around 9:00 last night. we're still waiting to hear back, but, obviously, communication must be going on to make sure that this search is thorough, to hopefully find these children. because it's been more than 30 hours now. this started sunday evening. and if they left before that, they can be far beyond california, possibly not even in the u.s. at this time. but we are still waiting for those updates. >> okay. i want to put up those two pictures again, candice, if i can. and i'm just going to repeat what the issue is here. we've got hanna and ethan. their mother was murdered and another child, who is yet to
about during the annual physical checkup the former president has at his doctor in dallas, texas. what we are told by aides is that during the exam there was a discovery of a blocked artery. what we don't know, were there any symptoms? anything leading up to that? that, we don't know. what we can say about the former president is he has maintained a very rigorous physical activity. he is known for cycling and doing a lot of cardio exercise so that makes this even more surprising in some ways at least from a layperson's point of view. he hasn't had any other complicated medical issues. mostly it's been scrapes from falling off bicycles where he's had treatment in the past and issues with his knees. so what we learned is that he went this morning into a procedure, not open heart surgery, nothing like that. a stent procedure which can be done through an artery where a stent is placed in, the blocked artery to open it up and that resumes the blood flow. what we're told is that he is doing well. he's in high spirits. he will remain in the hospital today but is expected to be relieved tomorr
you do in the other parks. he had 86 in texas. looks like a lot, but turns out that texas was such a great hitters' park, everyone had an increase like that. if you go with each ball player that's accused of using the stuff that either did use it or accused of using it and what performance was enhanced by it, you can find out for just about everything like that. but no one does. they look at roger clemens and say, well, when he was 42, you know, he won 15 games. 40 years ago won 23 games a the the age of 42. what was he on? >> this class of sort of baseball greats going back, you know, about 10, 15 years now. almost every one of the sort of leaders of which is now under some kind of scandal report in the hall of fame. sometimes it seems there needs to be some sort of blanket suspicion on how to deal with -- morally, i don't mean in terms of the infraction. but what happens when they come to the hall of fame. >> well, my guess is that the next generation is simply not going to care as much. what are you going to do? not go to the games? not root for your favorite players be
. this is a chilling story. we're talking about kids turned into killers. >> it's happening along the texas-mexican border. american teenagers are being recruited to be a part of the drug cartel. two former asass sasassins agre tell how they got involved in the business of killing. >> reporter: look into his eyes and you see a baby faced 26-year-old and he blinks. then you see something else. another set of sinister eyes staring back. these tattooed on his eyelids. they're the window into the soul of a drug cartel asassin. >> how many people did you kill? >> no idea. >> lost track? >> when you're in mexico -- >> could you guess, 10, 20, 30, 50. >> between 20 and 30. >> reporter: he said he was 15 years old when the drug cartel recruited him to kill. he was part of a secret crew of hit men made up of american teenagers living in laredo, texas along with this men. they spoke with cnn from the texas prisons where they are serving life sentences for murder. both men say they worked for miguel, the ruth less violent leader who was recently arrested this mexico. >> he's not going to tell you to d
that have since shut its doors. excluding nelson cruz of texas rangers everett cabrera of the san diego padre spirit >> i think that this point with health permitting we should expect to see all is rodriquez for the next of the season and what happens after that we would just have to wait and see. $275 million contract and made him the highest-paid player in major-league baseball. >> pam: kron 4's john fenoglio is at a-t-&-t park tonight. where giants fans are reacting to news of a-rod's and other players suspensions. >> reporter: of the giants fans we spoke of today says that a riot got what he deserved. >> i believe he should be banned from baseball. . he needs to go away >> he did it once and you know what the consequences are you should be dealt with at penalized. >> i receive less home runs and have done fairly. not to get a home run because they're using enhancement drugs. >> a lot of people look up to him. >> i am a varsity coach in chicago and our young kids are looking up to these guys that are making bad decisions. they're being bad role models and make bad choices as someone
is charged with participating in 19 murders. >>> at ft. hood in texas, army major nidal hasan goes on trial. today, he faces 13 counts of murder and 32 counts of attempted murder in the 2009 shooting rampage at the army post. hasan is representing himself. that means he will be able to question the survivors in court. he could face the death penalty. >>> the man police say was behind the wheel in a deadly hit and run in southern california could make his first court appearance later today. one woman was killed and 16 other people were hurt when a driver plowed through the crowds on a venice beach boardwalk on saturday. this morning, we're hearing from the husband of the newlywed bride who was killed on her honeymoon. >> reporter: a memorial of candles and flowers is on the venice beach boardwalk in tribute to alice gruppioni, the 32-year-old italian newly wed was in california for her honeymoon when she was struck and killed sunday evening. her husband suffered minor injuries in the rampage. but he could not find the words to express his loss monday. >> there isn't words that explain what h
maggio is driving a blue nissan versa with california license plates and he maze be headed to either texas or to canada. this morning, we have learned the statewide amber alert has extended again, as we mentioned, to the entire nation much t. the amber alert was issued after the mother and another child was found dead inside a home on boulevard, 60 mile its east of san diego. dimaggio owned that home, authorities say, and he lived there alone. they also say he had a close, platonic relationship with the woman but at this point, not elaborating. >>> chances are you first heard about this amber alert through your smartphone. scott mcgrew takens a closer look at how that works. >> reporter: marla, it was a surprise to many of us because this is the first time we have ever seen the wireless emergency alert, or wea, in california. so, you heard an odd tone from your phone and then you got a message, probably looked a bit like this one. here's some other example of emergency messages. let me say now if you are just glancing at the screen, these are alerts but just examples, you do not need to ta
to get all that you can. matt in texas. matt? >> hey, jim, thanks for taking my call. i need you to help me make some money so i can send my twin daughters to texas a&m, boo-yah. how does a beginning investor trade when they only have so much to start with to begin with. >> i say the first $10,000 is an index fund. i have that in all my books. then you have to go in and get over the idea that you need to have thousands of shares. read confessions of a street addict. first thing is buy seven shares. buy nine shares. i bought these odd lots. you got to get into it. don't feel like you got to put hundreds of dollars in one stock. just put a couple hundred dollars in. commissions are low. that's the way to play it. get your feet wet. you will get comfortable, then get bigger. lou in texas, lou? >> caller: jim, boo-yah from texas. appreciate what you do. >> i do my best. >> caller: is it possible to know on trading day that a run-up is from traders or institutional buyers or foreign buyers or hedge fund buyers or whether the retail participated, and is that a big secret, and is it important t
in the hills of west texas. it's about 2,000 feet elevation, not sure exactly where in west texas it is, but it's out about 2,000 feet. it's supposed to stand 200 feet tall when it's done. this clock is supposed to keep time for 10,000 years. apparently the plan is that every year for the next 10,000 years, this clock keeping time will go off like a cuckoo clock and play a fresh new sound every year for 10,000 years. it is being built. it was dreamed up by some big thinkers. there are famous big thinkers that are on the board of this project like the great brian eno. they've been working on this in some capacity since 1996. in west, texas, so far it has cost tens of millions of dollars. the man who has put up at least $40 million of the money spent so far on this clock is the man whose signature you'll find here at the bottom of if you can't read that, it is jeff bezos, the founder of, he's the deep pockets behind this 10,000-year 200-foot tall project in a west, texas, mountain project. i learned this in a profile of jeff bezos in the "wall street journal." "
. the procedure was performed successfully earlier this morning without any complication at the texas health presbyterian hospital. president bush in high spirits, eager to return home tomorrow and resume his normal schedule thursday. he's grateful to the skilled medical professionals who cared for him. he thanks his family, friends, fellow citizens for prayers and well wishes and encourages us all to get our regular checkups. susan, here it is. this is a man, one thing about him, very healthy. >> super fit. >> a very fit life. just a reminder, no matter how much exercise you get -- >> god bless you, mr. president, and speedy recovery. he's an amazing man who has given to others in many ways. he's bald, as we know, keys out out there standing up for people. i hope he's back in kennebunkport. >> george w. bush. no worries. i assume the well wishers. >> mr. president, back to the ranch. >> by the way, up next jim demint versus gop. we'll talk with the former senator about why now, as head of the powerful heritage foundation, he's focusing so much fire on republicans instead of democrats. >>> s
hasan at the start of his trial in an attack that killed 13 at fort hood, texas. we look at today's opening arguments and early testimony. >> ifill: the pentagon eased financial pain for its employees by cutting unpaid furlough from 11 days to six. ray suarez discusses the budget cuts and terror threats with deputy secretary of defense ashton carter. >> our effort to deal with the current budget situation, we believe, has to be driven by strategy. that is, a view of the future. terrorism is one of those things that's going to be around. >> warner: and more than 1.5 million people have fled the bloody syrian civil war. we have an on-the-ground report from the world's second largest refugee camp in jordan. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and the william and flora hewlett foundation, working to solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundat
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be with dimaggio. >> he is not the father. may be headed to canada or texas in a blue nissan versa. with california license plate 6 wcu 986. many of us learned about the amber alert on our cell phones. >> bob hoefer is with the national center for missing and exploited children. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> frank and i did get those alerts. i got a text message. is that what you got? >> i got a text as well. it said amber alert. >> was it that far reaching where people got them on their phones? >> absolutely. shortly after the first of the year, we started working with fema with the wireless emergency alert system. you'll receive weather alerts, presidential messages and imminent threats of danger. and amber alert is a part of that. what occurs is when the amber coordinator activates alert, they identify -- they notify the national center for missing and exploited children and identify the region they want that alert to be activated in. once we're aware, the sell towers in that region are activated and anyone with a wireless emergency alert capable cell phone when they drive-thru t
. now at jcpenney. >>> former president george w. bush is now in a texas hospital. he's recovering from a heart procedure. doctors placed a stint after they discovered a blockage. the surgery was a success and the former president is in high spirits. he's expected to go home tomorrow. dr. sanjay gupta is on the phone with us. tell us about the procedure. >> it's a pretty commonly done procedure. you have a million people who have what's known as an angiogram every year. people have some sort of problem. they may be having chest pain or some sort of difficulty with exercise or something like that before they have a procedure like this. they end up either going to the doctor, getting a stress test or something. it's a pretty commonly done thing. >> having covered him for eight years he's a health fanatic. he used to run and he used to bike. he eats pretty healthy. how does something like there happen, a heart blockage? >> heart disease is still one of the biggest problems in the developed world and the biggest killer in men and women. everyone develops some degree of blockages or hardenin
during a rampage at fort hood, texas opens today at the same as were the attacks took place in 2009. major the doll hassan has won the right to represent himself in court, meaning he will likely question some of the same people he is accused of attacking. judge osborne has artie struck hen his planned defense that was protecting taliban leaders in afghanistan from u.s. soldiers. he is charged with 13 counts of murder and 32 counts of attempted murder and could face the death penalty if did. forsentencing hearing bradley manning continued monday with testimony from a top state department official. --tor kennedy claimed patrick did he claimed manning's leak of diplomatic cables to wikileaks has had a chilling effect on u.s. diplomacy by making foreign officials less forthcoming in private talks. he said -- kennedy acknowledge the state department had never completed damaged assessment for the leaks. clashes have corrupted in turkey after a court sentenced former military chief to life in prison for trying to overthrow the government of the turkish prime minister. court sentenced score
-stars on the list receiving and accepting lesser of 15 games suspension including nelson cruz of the texas ranger and cabrera. >> i figure at this point of the help permitting that we should suspect to see al rodriguez for the rest of the season, what happens after that we'll just have to wait and see. >> washington ktvu channel 2 news. >>> last year johnny manziel is accusing of accepting thousands of dollars for signing. . the school is investigating and the coach says they'll take a wait attitude before commenting. >>> tomorrow marks the debut of an art racing team in the chal languager races. almost three months after the accident that killed andrew bart simpson. the winner o f the semi finals series going onto face the new zealand team. >>> former 50 cents was in the courtroom today in los angeles. the charges come from an incident of his ex girlfriend and mother of his child reported that he had kicked her during an argument. he's due back in court september 4th. >>> the washington post newspaper is being sold. the paper reports will pay $250 million for the publication. the pos
. >> bill: he has to be from texas. where is he from? >> i think he's from florida. >> he knows something about tanning. and he says that the affordable care act tax on tanning as part of a comprehensive package to pay for all of the benefits. there is a tax on some 2.5% or something. he says well, you know, boehner should really take this to the people. boehner who we all know loves to tan. >> bill: i was going to say if anybody is upset about this, it is john boehner. >> that he should argue that it is racist against white people. >> yeah, sure. because now they're going to have to pay a little extra for that orange glow. >> bill: others who are not caucasian don't have to pay. >> they're at a big advantage. >> bill: racist tax. >> i still love how president obama at one of the us who correspondents meeting said he and john bainer have a lot of things in common. they're both people of color. >> bill: it is a color not seen on the planet. >> not naturally occurring. >> bill: john boehner is the only member be of congress to have a tanning bed in his own office, right? >> i'm sure. actual
, with a california license plate. 6 -w- c- u- 9- 8- 6. police believe he is headed to canada or texas. new this morning. san francisco fire crews are on scene of a one alarm fire in the presidio. this blaze is at the intersection of lincoln, mcdowell and park streets. it was called in around two a-m. according to the fire department, the fire is burning on the hillside near the cemetary in the area. no buildings are threatened at this time. in other bay area news. as of 12-01 tomorrow morning, a-c transit buses may come to a halt. the president of the union walked into the board of director's meeting. and handed them a 72 hour strike notice. strike notice. [ female announcer ] jump-start your day with mcdonald's dollar menu at breakfast. home of the irresistible sausage burrito. ♪ and freshly brewed premium roast coffee you love. plus other amazing tastes for just a dollar each. ♪ every day, as always, there's a lot to love for a little on mcdonald's dollar menu. ♪ court to call a 60-day "cooling off" period. a man is dead after being killed in a solo car crash night. the crash happe
of kidnapping them is 40-year-old james dimaggio. police believe he may be headed to texas or canada. he was last seen driving a blue nissan versa. no word on the relationship between the three. but we'll keep you posted on any updates. good evening, everyone. >> another top story tonight, someone must have seen this. that's the plea from police, after a nursing student at san jose state was shot inside of a car in a busy part of town. seemingly by mistake. tonight, police don't have a motive and don't have suspects. george kiriyama spoke to her family and has the latest from downtown san jose. >> reporter: police have no idea who shot and killed a san jose state student this past weekend in downtown. but they're confident you know knows who did it. we talked to the family off camera tonight. but her death is too hard to take. her google-plus page shows photos of her smiling. her family says she was having a good time saturday morning. she was out celebrating with her friend, spending his last night in san jose before heading back to san diego to go back to school. police say she and her
park in texas has found a really inventive way to keep their patrons cool. look at that. they created an ice dump where staff dumped a full ton, 2,000 pounds of ice on to swimmer. >> they are chanting "we want ice reques ice." >> let's take a look. the problems out there this morning is in missouri. we have flash flooding that's in mostly rural sections of missouri. on i-44, a big interstate through the state, we have who r -- horrendous flooding going on. we're going to see humidity increasing on the east coast. e we already have showers and storms around baltimore and washington, d.c., this morning. the humidity is up on the east coast. it's been a nice break, but now the heat is going to return. >> lovely. >>> a shocking new statistic on drinking and walking. >>> and will the amazon entrepreneur change face of journalism? ♪ (tires screeching) red hot deal days are back. (alarm beeping) stop for no one. what? it's red hot deal days. get $100 off the samsung galaxy note ii with features like pop-up play. lets you use any app while watching video. or use the s pen for hand-written n
yesterday during a routine fiscal. he is at texas health presbyterian hospital in dallas and should return home tomorrow. the trial of the army psychiatrist charged with killing 13 and wounding 32 others at fort hood is finally set to start today. he is a muslim/american and prosecutors argue he took to radical islam before committing the massacre. he dismissed his right to counsel and will represent himself, which means he will be able to cross-examine witnesses including his own victims. he tried to plead guilty to avoid capitol punishment, but the military judge presiding over the case rejected the plea. wendy davis says she is definitely considering running for governor. she either will run for her own state seat again or make a bid for governor. rick perry announced he is not going to run for a fifth term. if davis chooses to win -- to run, rather, and wins, she will become texas's first democratic governor in 20 years. we hope she does. we're back after the break. stay with us. ♪ (vo) current tv is the place for compelling true stories. (kaj) jack, how old are you? >> nine. (adam)
be headed to texas for canada. but at this point they just don't know and they're looking for any tips. authorities believe that he is driving a blue four-door nissan. let's go to hit the license plate number it is 6 wcu 986. if you see the plate you are asked to call 911 or authorities immediately. investigators say that he was a friend of the children's mother and they again are very concerned. reporting live. we have details about a stabbing at a hardware store. the san francisco chronicle said that a customer stabbed an employee at a store 17 times on sunday after that employee tried to call 911. the employee was trying to report that the customer had stolen spray paint and facing -- ent ping his face. the customer was making religious references. now the stabbing victim has been identified as daniel joseph stone. his attacker has been charged with murder and will be arraigned today. >>> more coverage in a transit strike. bart trains may be running but now ac transit workers threatened to go on strike. and we go to oakland to find out what the drivers are saying this morning. >> re
to help the blockage. it was done this morning at texas presbyterian hospital. he hopes to return tomorrow and resume his formal schedule on thursday. at events coming up, at 5:00, we will bring a discussion of national security and civil liberties from the aspen security for him. here's a preview. i would be more enriched if i could have found a story in which activities of the nsa had actually caused inconvenience, damage, harm to an american. have not seen that story yet. i have not seen a person who was wrongfully identified to be a terrorist, thrown in jail, even the fifth degree, and so on. has been more inconvenience and damage to americans by the no-fly list and by taking off your shoes in an airport that has been done by this program, which is very precisely pointed towards finding people who point real threats to the eights, see who they are talking to, follow them up under supervision in order to identify threats. all the stuff is potential -- we do not trust the government having this information stuff. not real harms caused to real people buy these activities which are causing
.d. rules. in texas, they relaunched a voting map previously blocked because it was found that texas designed that map to discriminate minority voters. that's illegal. but it's much harder to patrol now. joining us now is historian gary may, the author of "bending toward justice: the voting rights act and the transformation of american democracy." thanks for being here and tell us the theory of your book about how this act got passed. >> well, basically this is a people's history of the voting rights act. while ideal with various legal questions that have come up and also the congressional maneuvering that led to the passage of the act in 1965 and its subsequent reauthorizations, the heart of the book is really about the unsung heroes, the people whose names most americans have never even heard of and their struggle to win the right to vote. they put everything on the line, their jobs, their homes, and often their lives. and their courage is just extraordinarily transforming. i think there are lessons in the book to deal with some of the things we're faced with now. >> well, gary, yo
during a shooting massacre at fort hood in texas. major nidal hasan has never denied his responsibility for that rampage, which happened in 2009. and in court today, he said the evidence will clearly show that he is, indeed, the fort hood shooter. he apologized. not for killing his fellow service members. but for mistakes he has made as an imperfect muslim, quote: trying to establish the perfect religion. nidal hasan had originally tried to argue he shot u.s. soldiers to protect taliban fighters in afghanistan. the judge didn't allow that defense strategy. at this time it's unclear what hasan's backup plan is since he is acting at his own attorney, he will likely end up cross-examining some of the shooting survivors and maybe even himself. although he did not cross-examine the retired staff sergeant alonzo lunsford who testified today. this photo from june shows sergeant lunsford holding a bullet the doctors dug from his body it. it when it comes to nidal hasan what he did to me was bad. the biggest mistake that he made was i survived. casey stegall with the news. he is at fort hood fo
buenas calificaciones, eso les da buen descuenteo. >> y texas está en el noveno lugar con una alza de 70% de aumento en las polizas de seguro. >> y ahwai con el 20% de aumento, ya que no consideran la edad ni la prima. >> se ahorran dinero y opina que dicha decisión puede costarle más a largo plazo. >> si no tiene licencia le puede costar más, son muchas cosas que pueden apsar si dejan manejar a sus hijos sin licencia. >> fíjese que después de un mes de vacaciones se reanudan los trabajos en la legislatura marta minjárez nos informa. >> hay 441 propuestas esperando para que sean aprobada,s lo que no forma parte del paquete, es la decisión de la corte suprema que indico que california deberá liberar más reos para el cupo en las prisiones. >> a lo que respondió no saber qué otra cosa más hacer para resolver el problema. >> una de las propuestas en esta sesión es la del acta de la confianza que está en manos de los legisladores esperando a ser aprobada. >> la incitiva que impulsa toma amiano dejari adiós criterio por los arretsos por inmigrante. >> no es exactamente lo que le
asesinar a 13 personas en texas, se le acusa de herir a 32 personas. hassan naciÓ en virginia y de ser declarado culpable podrÍa ser declarado a la pena de muerte. >>> vecinos de indocumentado guatemalteco luchan por que se quede en el paÍs, dicen que fue deportado por culpa de un abogado sin vergÜenza y quieren evitar que una deportaciÓn lo aleje de su esposa y tres hijos. >>> no se puede mover de su casa, monitorean sus movimientos con un guillrillete electrÓnico pregunta como va a mantener a su familia. >>> lucho por mi familia mÁs que todo. >>> dÍaz de leÓn es guatemalteco, vive en california de hace 30 aÑos, pagÓ once mil dÓlares a un abogado hace dos aÑos. >>> me dijo que no me podÍan deportar, deportar. >>> lo Único que ganÓ fue la primer deportaciÓn. >>> regresÓ, inmigracion lo volviÓ arrestar. fueron a pedir a migraciÓn que deje la familia en paz. >>> esto es una causa moral. >>> regresÓ despuÉs que lo deportaron, su abogada dice que lo hizo por una buena razÓn. >>> por supuesto regresÓ, tuvo dos hijos aquÍ, su esposa, hermanos, su familia, su iglesia,
to get right back out there and continue campaigning. >>> a water park in texas found an inventive way to keep their patrons cool. what's all that? they've created an ice dump. and bill karins, i don't know. i kind of like the heat. that's awfully cool. we're talking about, what, triple -- >> they wanted the cold water. have you ever been in a pool and you want the cold water? >> when you have all those people around you -- it's a great idea. two tons. wonton was about 2,000 pounds of ice. >> 104 yesterday in san antonio. >> i take that back then. >> some breaking weather news out of missouri. got a report. >>> severe flash flooding. a rescue boat from the waynesville fire department. you see waynesville in the middle of your screen on i-44. the rescue boat tipped over. the firefighters are in the water. now they are attempting to rescue the firefighters who are in this flash flood. so six inches of rain estimated as fallen in southern missouri just over the last 12 hours. and the weather pattern has been yielding a lot of heavy rain through kansas and missouri about the last week. and
sustancias del 2001 al 2003 cuando jugaba con los rangers de texas. >>> el pasado sÁbado el Último de dos partidos de rehabilitaciÓn en nueva jersey, se recuperaba de una lesiÓn en la cadera. algunos pifiaron y otros hacÍan lo posible por obtener la firma. al final del partido respondiÓ parcamente. como le preguntaron si le habÍa contado a sus hijas. >>> tengo planes de conversar con ellas en el momento indicando para contar toda la historia. >>> la Última pregunta fue. luego en un Área privada hablÓ con nosotros. >>> gracias por la oportunidad, sabem sabemos, expresamos en conferencia de prensa. en la primera pregunta que te quiero hacer ¿como estas por el momento que pasas?. >>> me siento mejor de la salud, operaciÓn bastante difÍcil, tengo casi 6 meses entrenando y es una batalla muy difÍcil para con la ayuda de dios estoy en posiciÓn buena ahora, me siento bien. corriendo mejor y con la ayuda de dios el lunes arrancamos lo q que. >>> ¿estas confiado que arrancan el lunes?. >>> sÍ. >>> ¿optimista?. >>> ¿como piensas que va a terminar esto?. >>> ojalÁ que con la serie
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